Use the command line to integrate design and development tools such as Sass, PostCSS, Gulp, Jekyll and Webpack into your workflow.
One of the most important tools to master in digital design today doesn’t use a graphical user interface. When we're making complex and custom digital work, we'll need to use a command line to use the tools we need.
In this beginner's course, we'll discover how to use the command line which will let us use design and development tools such as Sass, PostCSS, Gulp, Jekyll and Webpack.
We'll dive into adding version control and collaboration to our projects with Git and GitHub, plus get websites online using services like GitHub Pages, Netlify and Siteleaf.
What you'll learn
How to use and alter the latest development tools like Hyper and VS Code
Learn how to get the most out of your command line terminal
How to fix (and avoid) the main problems coders get into with Git and GitHub
How to use cutting edge tools like Sass, PostCSS and Webpack in your own projects
Automate your workflow using NPM packages, BrowserSync + Gulp
Get websites online with GitHub Pages, Netlify and Siteleaf
WHAT YOU'LL GET
Real world projects – Projects and code that you can alter and remix to add to your own sites and portfolio
Access the community – Join our Slack and connect with thousands of SuperHi students and alumni
Continued help – Help from our expert teachers and educators with years of experience in the industry
Resources – Resources to get you started and going post-course
8+ hours of video lessons – Practical, go-at-your-own pace learning
WHO THIS COURSE IS FOR
Anyone who is looking to start, or get better at, working with the command line, or wanting to use tools such as NPM, Sass, PostCSS, Webpack, Jekyll or Gulp.
Most of our students work in the creative industries – designers, strategists and copywriters are the most common jobs amongst our students – but you can work in any industry to join the course.
WHAT YOU'LL NEED
A computer with Mac OS X 10.9 or above, Windows XP or above, or a recent Linux version installed and a broadband internet connection. That’s everything!